Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of PythonApps


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01/25/13 23:26:04 (5 years ago)
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davea
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    1414 * Using [http://www.py2exe.org/ py2exe], which converts a Python program
    1515   into a Windows executable (see below).
    16    You can then run this program using the [LegacyApps BOINC wrapper].
     16   You can then run this program using the [WrapperApp BOINC wrapper].
    1717 * Using PyBOINC, which lets you bundles a Python interpreter with your program,
    1818   and does not require the BOINC wrapper (see below).
    19 
    20 Alternatively, you can use the [PyMw PyMW master/work framework], which is cross platform
    21 and provides a simplified programming framework
    22 that does not use a work generator, validator, or assimilator.
    23 
    24 == PyBOINC ==
    25 
    26 PyBOINC is a wrapper and a set of predefined libraries that lets you
    27 package a Python program as a BOINC application.
    28 
    29 PyBOINC main page:
    30 https://bitbucket.org/jeremycowles/pyboinc/
    31 
    32 Source:
    33 https://bitbucket.org/jeremycowles/pyboinc/src
    34 
    35 Binary Download:
    36 http://bitbucket.org/jeremycowles/pyboinc/downloads/pyboinc-0.01.zip
    37 
    38 TODO: finish this section; provide a cookbook example.
    3919
    4020== Py2Exe ==
     
    5333A Python binding of the BOINC API is described
    5434[http://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/pub/LHCAtHome/LinksAndDocs/pyboinc-0.1.tar.gz here].
     35
     36== PyBOINC ==
     37
     38PyBOINC is a wrapper and a set of predefined libraries that lets you
     39package a Python program as a BOINC application.
     40
     41PyBOINC main page:
     42https://bitbucket.org/jeremycowles/pyboinc/
     43
     44Source:
     45https://bitbucket.org/jeremycowles/pyboinc/src
     46
     47Binary Download:
     48http://bitbucket.org/jeremycowles/pyboinc/downloads/pyboinc-0.01.zip
     49
     50Notes: PyBOINC is not maintained.  Use at your own risk.
     51
     52TODO: finish this section; provide a cookbook example.